Make 2017 the year you finally start to manage your money, instead of your money managing you!
The Money Doctor is now firmly established as Ireland’s most comprehensive annual finance guide. Helpful at every stage of your journey through life – whether you need advice on taxes, pensions, mortgages, debt or your redundancy rights – The Money Doctor provides a simple and easy-to-understand guide to finances.
With advice on how to become financially fit, your rights, banking, borrowing, saving and getting out of debt, The Money Doctor’s annual has all the advice you need to better manage, safeguard and grow your money.
Are you planning to get a mortgage? Do you have credit card debt or depend on your overdraft? Do you want to know how to reduce your tax bill? Or do you want to save money on a regular basis? The Money Doctor has the answer to all of your questions and more in this trusted guide.
In this newly updated edition, John Lowe also outlines how Brexit will affect you.
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About the Author:
John Lowe, the Money Doctor, has over 30 years’ experience in the finance sector and is a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers. He successfully completed the Chartered Director programme through the Institute of Directors and is a member of the Life Insurance Association. John is also managing director of Providence Finance Services Limited, trading as Money Doctor, which is fully authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
John Lowe is best known for his popular books on personal finance, The Money Doctor and The Money Doctor Finance Annuals – editions of which went to the number one bestseller position in Ireland in the paperback non-fiction category – and for his numerous contributions to the media. He currently writes a weekly column for the Sunday Business Post. Find more at www.independentfinancialadvice.ie